Shufeng Garden Hotel Chengdu
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Chengdu. This is a place in China and known for its pandas. So, of course, we had to go to the famous panda facility. We met our guide named Andy early in the morning. We drove to the famous Panda Facility, and went to see the first pandas. Now, you might not know, but the black-and-white 'panda' is really a bear. The REAL panda, (not that I'm insulting the other) is the red one that looks like a mix of a fox and a raccoon. The coolest thing about this whole ...
... At least our 5 hour round trip was scenic. So instead we went to the Global Center. It's the worlds largest single building. It is 19 million square meters. It's a shopping mall, an indoor water park, an indoor beach, two hotels, an ice skating rink, a huge IMAX theater. The place is beautiful. All marble floors and walls. I'm not even sure how's my stories the ...
... at the ridiculous situation we were in. For dinner we had some spicy Sichuan dishes overlooking the river. The food was great as we're the views. Sichuan spice is no joke but I've handled it pretty well for a laowei! The next day we woke up early and took a cab to the Chengdu Panda Research Base. It was a typical zoo but just filled with Giant Pandas and Red Panda's, who are actually not related but were also endangered. Both eat bamboo, so I'm guessing ...
... to find a store comparable to Wal-Mart and Loblaw’s under one roof sharing the same cash register. And prices... If you paid 30 dollars for a sweater in Canada you would be paying 30 Yuan at Carrefour. And the food! They had a whole aisle dedicated to tofu, bean curds and other meat substitutes. Sasha spent hours there trying to explore the labels; unfortunately his reading ability was limited as everything other than company logo was in Chinese. Dasha took advantage of the ...
... dou dizhu (topple the landlord). The rules are similar to president (or ******* or whatever of a hundred other names) except that the two peasants play as a team against the one landlord. Like I said, pretty Communist Chinese.
When the tea house closed, we all went back to the hostel, and Ben and I went out to get one last blind massage followed by a great dinner. Back at the hostel again we smoked a Cuban cigar that Ben bought ...